“That’s a large margin of victory in Clark County,”-Jon Ralston
From the Washington Examiner:
In Nevada, recently appointed incumbent Sen. Dean Heller, a Republican, is expected to sweep the northern, rural part of the state, which he represented in the House. That means his Democratic opponent, Rep. Shelley Berkley, who represents the Las Vegas area, will have to win at least 55 percent of the vote in Clark County, which encompasses the Vegas area.
“That’s a large margin of victory in Clark County,” Nevada political analyst Jon Ralston said. “The difficult path for Shelley Berkley is to get herself known and liked outside her base in Clark County.”